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Old 2020-12-24, 18:49   #1101
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No P100s lately.
Same at me since 24 Hours, only T4's, P4's. For LL-DC's in the 56M range it is sufficient enough (~ 3000 us/it). Merry Christmas
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Old 2020-12-24, 19:13   #1102
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Same at me since 24 Hours, only T4's, P4's. For LL-DC's in the 56M range it is sufficient enough (~ 3000 us/it). Merry Christmas
Maybe Scrooge and the Grinch are running Colab...... LOL

Merry Christmas to you too.
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Old 2020-12-26, 23:23   #1103
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Maybe Scrooge and the Grinch are running Colab...... LOL Merry Christmas to you too.
Krampus and Knecht Ruprecht should finally release the P100's again. Christmas is already over in Middle European Time (MET), but l still only get T4 bestows.
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Old 2021-01-04, 12:53   #1104
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Maybe Scrooge and the Grinch are running Colab...... LOL
Now the P100 runtimes are slowly coming back to me. It was actually the holidays.
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Old 2021-01-04, 14:15   #1105
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Maybe they phase out them related to power requirements? All the newer cards (turing, volta, ampere), are a lot less power hungry for the same flops.
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Old 2021-01-04, 14:41   #1106
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Maybe they phase out them related to power requirements? All the newer cards (turing, volta, ampere), are a lot less power hungry for the same flops.
That is partly true, but the Turing TU100 chip has not yet been invented as far as I know. So your FLOPS/Watt calculation should only work for TF, but not for LL/PRP with Turing cards.
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Old 2021-01-05, 07:00   #1107
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That's also true. I was only trying to guess a reason.
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Old 2021-01-05, 15:33   #1108
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Now the P100 runtimes are slowly coming back to me. It was actually the holidays.
Coming back for me too but only getting 4 or 5 hours instead of 8 or 9.
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Old 2021-01-07, 19:09   #1109
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Default 2 bad PRP-CFs from Colab

This is some (bad/funny) news: yesterday I had 2 bad PRP-CFs from the same Colab instance, namely 2747161 and 4222763 (using mprime 30.3b6). To put things in perspective, so far I've managed to complete a bit more than a thousand candidates, with no other glitches.

Retcodes in both cases were all-zeros, no other warnings whatsoever (at least, not written on results.txt). Even funnier, next attempt within the same session had a
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Possible error: round off (0.4906197548) > 0.40625
but recovered itself and was successful at its end.

With all plausibility, a case of a bad underlying piece of metal - what puzzles me is the fact that, despite PRP's better error checking, those were undetected. Alas, since that session is longtime gone, I can't think of a way to (try to) reproduce the issue, nor investigate further.

<edit> those two candidates weren't strictly marked bad, they had mismatching residues (and I don't know what proof processing was like)

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Old 2021-01-07, 22:35   #1110
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You'll need to run PRP with type-5 residues to get Gerbicz error checking
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After about two weeks of absence, I reopened Chris' TF notebook yesterday and got exactly 34 minutes of T4 from first trial. All subsequent trials had "no GPU" and only run for few hours. Now (24 hours later) I have a T4 again (for 5 minutes), let's see how long it'll last.

Additional, I am starting to get a big red error message, saying that "output-height is not a valid annotation. Supported annotations are: vertical-output, run, form-width, display-mode" but the work seems not affected. It seems they changed some names of the lib calls and Chris didn't keep up with (or me, with him?). Advice?

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